The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business main task is to test the academic quality of business schools. Founded 1916 in the U.S.A, AACSB provides internationally recognised, specialised accreditation for business and accounting programmes ...

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Accreditation with a credible body such as AACSB, AMBA or EFMD should be a criteria in choosing a school. Accreditation is a voluntary, non-governmental process ...

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Mostly former students of a university or a business school. Many schools look ...

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The Association of MBAs, respected British accreditation body that tests business schools and their programmes for quality. Founded in 1967 ...

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Often this office in a school is also called a Placement Centre. A career centre's task is to help students and alumni of a business school ...

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Core classes are the required curriculum to pass an MBA exam. They deal with basic skills ...

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The European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD) is an international, not-for-profit, membership organisation of business schools and corporations, based in Brussels ...

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Once students have successfully dealt with the required curriculum (see Core Courses) they can opt for a range of selective classes to cater to their personal ...

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A quality seal for business schools and their MBA programmes, administrated by the European Foundation for Management Development EFMD in Brussels ...

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Executive MBA programmes or EMBA allow students to earn an MBA in two years or less while working full-time ...

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The International Business Administration Accreditation (FIBAA) was founded in 1994 and hence became one of the first agencies to be accredited by ...

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Full-time programmes normally take place over two academic years, with a three to four month summer break in between years one and two ...

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The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) cannot be avoided. Most business schools want to see students' GMAT scores as part of their admission ...

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The GRE (Graduate Record Examination) is one of the accepted entry exams for many business schools. For years, only the GMAT (see GMAT) has been accepted at most business schools ...

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The International English Language Testing System is the British version of the TOEFL-Test (see TOEFL). It tests abilities in „Listening“...

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A „Joint Degree Programme“ is one that gives students two degrees, mostly from two universities...

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Business schools help applicants and students ...

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Whilst the Master of Business Administration is one option to enter the world of financing, consulting or marketing, there are a variety of established master's degrees that could be ...

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The one-year option – which condenses the MBA programme from two into one year – has proven successful in European countries ...

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Online MBAs don’t force students to attend classes regularly and at one location, neither do they force students to resign their jobs ...

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„Business Week“ has one and so do „US News and World Report“, „Wall Street Journal“, „Financial Times“ and the „Economist“...

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MBA applications generally ask for letters of recommendation. These letters typically come from an applicant’s immediate boss, supervisor or someone who ...

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Apart from generalised MBA programmes students can also specialise in specific areas and industries. Many employers still ...

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The Test of English as a Foreign Language tests an individual's ability to use and understand English in an academic setting. It is administered by ...

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The fees for tuition vary greatly between schools, regions and programmes. Harvard Business School for example ...

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